Wine on Tap

Wine on Tap

by Westgarth Wines April 28, 2020

Ever wish you had red wine in your faucet? Worried that all the news from Italy is bad right now? Well, they’ve had more entertainment than those balcony concerts. Cantina Settecani Castelvetro winery makes Lambrusco Grasparossa, a sparkling red wine that found its way into the pipes of the town. A leaky silo the wine was being stored in sprang a leak and made it into the village water supply. For a brief period, Lambrusco was on tap in the homes of the people of the town! The problem was resolved quickly, a fix that some might argue was a downgrade on the situation.
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